10 Can’t-Miss Tours Offering $25 All-In Concert Week Tickets
Don’t miss your chance to purchase $25 all-in tickets to +3,800 shows across the U.S. and Canada.
Live Nation’s Concert Week is underway with $25 all-in tickets to more than 3,800 concerts taking place this year across the U.S. and Canada.
This year’s Concert Week promotion runs from May 10 – 16 and includes concerts from 300+ acts spanning many genres and in rooms ranging from tiny clubs to theaters to amphitheaters and arenas.
Visit Live Nation’s Concert Week homepage starting today, Wednesday, May 10 to take advantage. The $25 price is inclusive of all fees. Live Nation’s 2023 Concert Week concludes on Tuesday, May 16 at 11:59 p.m. or while supplies last. Click here for a full list of participating acts.
The wide range of participating musicians and venues has plenty to offer music fans from across genres and generations. Scroll on for a look at 10 of the top tours offering $25 all-in Live Nation Concert Week tickets and go see live music at a participating event!
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Willie Nelson’s Outlaw Music Festival $25 All-In Tickets
Don’t miss your chance to see recent Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductee Willie Nelson at one of his participating Outlaw Music Festival stops. A $25 all-in ticket features a performance by the outlaw country music legend along with an all-star rotating cast of supporting acts. Among those who will be part of various Outlaw Fest lineups this summer and fall include Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros, Gov’t Mule, The Avett Brothers, John Fogerty, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, Tedeschi Trucks Band, The String Cheese Incident, Los Lobos, Trampled By Turtles, Nathaniel Rateliff, Marcus King, Margo Price, Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway, Kurt Vile And The Violators, and Particle Kid.
Gov’t Mule’s Dark Side Of The Mule $25 All-In Tickets
Gov’t Mule will revive their tribute to Pink Floyd’s album Dark Side Of The Moon for the final time this summer. Coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the album’s release, Warren Haynes and Co. will bring their Dark Side Of The Mule show to amphitheaters with Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening kicking off the festivities at each concert before two sets of Mule. Gov’t Mule will also participate in several Outlaw Music Festival stops this year as well.
Tedeschi Trucks Band $25 All-In Tickets
Tedeschi Trucks Band will mix things up a bit on their upcoming 2023 Summer Tour. The 12-piece band aimed to give themselves “more flexibility and time for [their] sets” by tapping just one opener each night. Ziggy Marley and Vincent Neil Emerson will serve as support for the Tedeschi Trucks Band Summer Tour 2023. TTB will also participate in several Outlaw Music Festival stops this year as well.
Les Claypool’s Fearless Flying Frog Brigade Summer Of Green Tour $25 All-In Tickets
Les Claypool’s Fearless Flying Frog Brigade will spend the coming months on their Summer Of Green Tour 2023, which marks the band’s first tour since Summer 2003. Bassist Les Claypool (Primus, Oysterhead) will be joined by his The Claypool Lennon Delirium bandmate Sean Ono Lennon on guitar, that group’s Paulo Baldi on drums, original Frog Brigade member Skerik on horns, Mike Dillon (who enlisted in the Brigade in 2002) on percussion and Harry Waters on keyboards. Performances will feature a complete presentation of Pink Floyd’s album Animals.
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Beck & Phoenix $25 All-In Tickets
Beck & Phoenix will join forces for the upcoming Summer Odyssey Tour of North America. The tour features support from Japanese Breakfast, Jenny Lewis and Weyes Blood on select dates, along with Sir Chloe.
LL Cool J’s The F.O.R.C.E. Live Tour $25 All-In Tickets
For $25 see hip-hop icons LL Cool J, The Roots, Queen Latifah and many others perform at this summer’s The F.O.R.C.E. (Frequencies of Real Creative Energy) Live Tour. The Roots will serve as backing band along with DJ Jazzy Jeff and DJ Z-Trip. In addition to Queen Latifah, other participants at select stops include De La Soul, Salt-N-Pepa, Rakim, Slick Rick, Common, Big Boi, MC Lyte, Method Man & Redman, Ice T, Doug E. Fresh, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Juvenile, Goodie Mob, Jadakiss and Rick Ross, among others.
Slightly Stoopid & Sublime With Rome Summertime 2023 Tour $25 All-In Tickets
Slightly Stoopid & Sublime With Rome will come together for their joint Summertime 2023 Tour with support from Atmosphere and The Movement. The Summertime 2023 Tour begins in July and stretches into September and is a culmination of the Southern California bands’ 25-year history. Late Sublime guitarist Bradley Nowell signed Slightly Stoopid to Skunk Records when founding members Miles Doughty and Kyle McDonald were teenagers as well as contributed to and produced their 1996 self-titled debut album.
Zac Brown Band From The Fire Tour $25 All-In Tickets
Zac Brown Band will bring the heat on their From The Fire Tour. The band will spread their blend of country, rock, folk and Americana at amphitheaters this summer on their 10th North American tour. Joining the group at select stops will be Marcus King, King Calaway and Tenille Townes.
Rebelution Good Vibes Summer Tour 2023 $25 All-In Tickets
Reggae-roots rockers Rebelution will spread positive emotion on their Good Vibes Summer Tour 2023. For $25 all-in you can catch not just Rebelution but also fellow reggae-rockers Iration, The Expendables and Passafire plus the eclectic sounds of DJ Mackle.
The Chicks $25 All-In Tickets
After a successful return to the road last summer, The Chicks will embark on a 2023 Summer Tour. Natalie Maines, Martine Maguire and Emily Strayer will be joined by special guests Ben Harper and Wild Rivers at select stops in North America.
There are dozens of others participating in Live Nation’s Concert Week. Get $25 all-in tickets to see Umphrey’s McGee, the Disco Biscuits, Goose, Ween, My Morning Jacket, Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, The Wood Brothers, Greensky Bluegrass, Sylvan Esso, Fleet Foxes, The National and more.
Click here for the full list of participating Live Nation’s Concert Week participating artists and venues.